HSF continues expansion with the hire of new corporate head in North Asia

Andrew Blacoe succeeds Graeme Preston in the role

College of Law NZ appoints ex-NZLS president as new board chair

Chris Moore succeeds Ian Haynes ONZM, who held the post for nearly 20 years

Leadership is more than 'fees and expertise,' iCLAW managing partner says

Owen Culliney believes that the legal profession needs to "think beyond ladder-climbing"

Anderson Lloyd lawyer makes partner at Wynn Williams

The new partner joins the property team in Queenstown

LawVu to bolster in-house legal platform with new $19.5m investment

Current investors Insight Partners and AirTree Ventures led the Series A funding round

Rajah & Tann Asia launches intellectual property practice

New partner Nuttaphol Arammuang will lead the practice

MinterEllisonRuddWatts publicises gender and ethnic pay data in NZ first

The firm committed to the move as part of its sustainability strategy

Parliament passes legislation to further protect whistle-blowers in workplaces

The new legislation clarifies the test for protected disclosures

Final call for New Zealand's top boutique firms

Entries for NZ Lawyer's inaugural Top Boutique Firms report will close tonight

PROFILES

Owen Culliney believes that the legal profession needs to "think beyond ladder-climbing"

Jason Zwi believes that there are "real retention problems" in the NZ legal market

Wade Pearson believes that lawyers need to keep up with clients when it comes to tech use

Charlotte Moll is also looking forward to putting COVID-19 behind her

FEATURES

What can be done about employees accessing porn in the workplace?

Addiction to adult content might one day be considered disability, says lawyer

How to prevent ghosting by job candidates

Why recruiting and hiring teams need to be transparent and consistent with their communication

Managers failing in areas like work-life balance, communication, recognition

Employees looking for more mental health support

Mental health concerns causing many to quit working

Almost 90 per cent use benefits for support